Disability Council opens 5 grant opportunities for Spring 2019
Available funds aim to foster inclusion at colleges, recreation activities, workplaces
by Sarah Ruf, Community Relations Specialist
PHOENIX (April 26, 2019) — Five open grant opportunities are now available for community organizations released by the Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council for projects for Arizonans with developmental disabilities. For full details on how to apply for ADDPC grants, you can visit our grants page here. Open periods to apply for the grants start to close May 23, 2019.
Available grants fall under several categories:
- Training and Conferences - $100,000 total, up to $10,000 each organization
- College Inclusion Projects - $100,000
- Self-Advocacy Leadership - $100,000
- Inclusive Employment Projects - $125,000
- Inclusive Recreation Projects - $150,000
For more information about the Council’s goals and efforts around Arizona, visit the Council online at https://addpc.az.gov/
About the Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
The Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council is made up of individuals with disabilities, family members, professional stakeholders and state agency representatives appointed by the Governor of Arizona. We envision one community working together to achieve full inclusion and participation of people with developmental disabilities. We collect and publish research, fund grants, advance inclusion through advocacy and promote self-determination.
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